The Seakeeper is a valuable investment but it clearly is worth it, because:
You can go sailing on days that you might normally stay at home, due to the state of the sea, therefore, you gain more days of sailing.
You anchor where you want to, and where it is more beautiful, not where it is more protected, which are usually very crowded anchorages.
You get less tired at sea, since you don’t have to compensate for the swaying with your body; even if the swell is small, fatigue occurs.
People who get dizzy or are susceptible to it, will no longer suffer and will really enjoy boating.
Safer access to the aft deck or from a dinghy to the boat, by eliminating uncontrolled movement.
Safer lifting and lowering of inflatables and jet skis since the boat remains very stable in any sea condition.
Even if you moored in a port and live on board, it helps avoid the annoying rocking, especially important if you have a more exposed moorings.
Exceptional low and medium speed performance too; In both recreational boating and sport fishing, avoiding that swaying at low speed makes a difference.
Better valuation for a later sale because it is not a fad device; any potential buyer can appreciate its advantages and value them, and that makes the difference between buying it or not.
Official distributor FOR Seakeeper in the Balearic Islands.
Specially designed for boats of less than 27 ft.
Specially designed for boats approximately 25 to 37 feet, the Seakeeper 2 eliminates up to 95% of boat roll.
Specially designed for boats with approximately 30 to 46 feet.
Designed to eliminate up to 95% of roll on boats up to 20 tons, or boats 40 to 55 feet.
Specially designed to stabilize boats from 50 to 65 feet, or up to 30 tons.
Designed for boats from 60 to 75 feet, and up to 50 tons. The Seakeeper 16 is designed to eliminate up to 95% of sway.
Specially designed for boats approximately 70 to 89 feet. Eliminates 95% sway.
Designed to eliminate up to 95% roll on vessels over 100 tons, or vessels over 85ft.